Careers

Career Opportunities at Family League

Manager of Early Learning

The Manager of Early Learning will be responsible for supporting Family League’s school readiness funded partners, school readiness projects & initiatives, and engaging families and communities in Baltimore’s early childhood development/school readiness work. The Early Learning Manager will have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion with a diverse group of internal and external stakeholders.

Manager of People & Culture

The Manager of People & Culture will lead, plan, develop and direct the activities, policies, and staff of the People & Culture team, ensuring regulatory compliance and commitment to Family League’s mission. The Manager will oversee talent acquisition and retention, benefits management, performance management, and employee relations and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to achieve, promote, and maintain an equitable and inclusive workplace culture. The Manager reports to the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and supervises the Administrative Coordinator and Receptionist.

Volunteer Opportunities at Family League

Review Panel Member

The Review Panel Member serves as part of an independent review panel convened by Family League of Baltimore to rate and score proposals submitted in response to a Request for Proposals (RFP).  This panel represents experience and knowledge in the fields of human service provision and programmatic oversight of the types of services and resources being developed.
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Community Schools Steering Committee Member

The Community Schools Steering Committee (CSSC) is seeking applications from potential members. As a CSSC member, you can make a difference in the lives of the children and communities you care about in Baltimore City. The vision of the CSSC is to empower Baltimore through a sustainable city-wide network of community schools that support the needs of the whole child and their family, and demonstrate measurable positive outcomes for the community. The CSSC is currently looking to fill the following representative seats:

  • Students (at least one student on the CSSC must currently be enrolled in a Community School)

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

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Job Opportunities at Partner Organizations

Roberta’s House: Family Support Specialist

Full-time with benefits, Non-Exempt; Salary commensurate with experience

Roberta’s House—A Family Grief Support Center is currently recruiting for a Family Support Specialist (FSS) to work with a team of professionals serving families in Baltimore City, Maryland. The FSS works interdependently with the assigned team to maximize quality outcomes for the program participants. The ideal candidate is experienced and has demonstrated a successful track of assessing clients’ needs or providing appropriate human services to individuals and families. The essential responsibilities of the FSS involve conducting virtual and in-person interviews, working collaboratively with clients to establish objectives within the programmatic guidelines. The work is performed in the office and offsite, as approved by the organization.

Community School Coordinator (Bilingual Spanish-English), John Ruhrah Elem/Middle School

The Community School Coordinator is a position made possible by a joint effort between school administration and the Southeast Community Development Corporation. The Coordinator’s role is to partner with the principal, teachers, school staff, families, community members, and students to design and implement programs and services at the school that meet the needs of students, their families and the community. The Coordinator must be fluent in English and Spanish. This school community is strong, welcoming and supportive to its families and students.

UMB CURE Scholars Program

THE UMB CURE SCHOLARS PROGRAM IS RECRUITING! The UMB CURE Scholars Program is now recruiting a Maryland Out of School Time Network AmeriCorps VISTA to support our college and career readiness programming. Next year CURE’s Cohort 1 will graduate from high school and this individual will play a major role in scaffolding processes and programming for them and other high schoolers across the pipeline. This is NOT a salaried role but a national service opportunity that pays a modest living stipend. See posting for details.

To list your organization’s job opportunities with Family League (free of charge), please send requests to communications@familyleague.org with the following information:
– Job Title
– Organization
– Job Description (less than 100 words)

Please include a PDF of or link to full position description or name and contact details for where to inquire about further information. Job postings will remain on our page for four weeks.